| Apr 30, 2009
Carlos Quentin, Jermaine Dye and A.J. Pierzynski all showed signs of coming out of their slumps.
Quentin and Dye hit consecutive home runs in the seventh inning, and Pierzynski also homered Wednesday to lead the Chicago White Sox over the Seattle...
| May 12, 2009
CLEVELAND -- The expectations were that Gavin Floyd would continue his progression toward becoming one of the more dependable pitchers in the American League, if not the White Sox.
After a fourth consecutive rugged start, the requirements may have to...
| May 14, 2009
CLEVELAND -- Paul Konerko had the simplest explanation for the White Sox's latest rut during which they have lost eight of 11 games. They also have been shut out a major-league-leading six times in only 33 games.
"We're just not good right now, that's...
| May 20, 2009
A return to U.S. Cellular Field against an American League Central rival with Mark Buehrle on the mound Tuesday night was the perfect cure for the White Sox's five-game losing streak.
Buehrle harnessed the Twins' offense and received ample support as the...
| May 22, 2009
It was better that the White Sox laugh than cry Thursday after equaling their worst loss in franchise history.
Less than two hours before the Sox lost out on San Diego's two-time All-Star pitcher Jake Peavy, many shortcomings were exposed in a 20-1...
| May 26, 2009
Someone was a little trigger-happy with the fireworks in Angel Stadium on Monday night.
An operator inadvertently set off a single round of fireworks during Jim Thome's second-inning at-bat filling the sky above left-center field with a colorful...
| May 27, 2009
Jered Weaver and Brian Fuentes combined on a five-hitter, Bobby Abreu drove in two runs and the Angels rallied to beat the Chicago White Sox, 3-1, on Wednesday night.
Weaver (4-2) remained unbeaten against Chicago while striking out eight in eight...
| Sep 23, 2009
The White Sox hit three home runs on a night when slumping Jermaine Dye sat and Carlos Quentin revealed he will have a pin removed from his surgically repaired right wrist at the end of the regular season.
That power surge, however, wasn't enough to...
| Oct 16, 2005
| 8:48 PM
In 1959 Mayor Richard J. Daley switched on the city's civil defense air-raid sirens when the White Sox clinched the pennant, sending Russian-fearing non-baseball fans into a frenzy.
The Sox, up three games to one over the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in...
| May 21, 2005
| 11:33 PM
He doesn't want your sympathy.
And it doesn't sound as if he'll get it at Wrigley Field any time soon.
No, LaTroy Hawkins is intent on pursuing his career on his terms, with no particular desire to avoid or deal with the boos that seem to greet him in...
| May 22, 2005
| 12:56 AM
The White Sox and Cubs showed Saturday why their seasons are heading in opposite directions.
After Carlos Zambrano shut them out on one hit over seven innings, the Sox broke through with four runs in the eighth off the Cubs' bullpen to spark a 5-3...
| May 21, 2005
| 10:49 PM
The most impressive number for Jose Contreras was 67.
That was the percentage of strikes Contreras threw Saturday that enabled him to last seven innings, keeping the White Sox within striking distance in their 5-3 comeback victory over the Cubs.